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September 2020


November 3rd is rapidly approaching. Check out these upcoming online events and workshops before casting your vote in this year’s election.
In the first full week of October, students will have opportunities to ask questions of candidates for Congress and the California State Senate in two town halls organized by the Associated Students Lobby Corps. State Senator Mike McGuire will meet with the HSU community on Monday, October 5 at 4pm while Jared Huffman will meet with the HSU community on Thursday, October 8 at 3pm. Both town halls will be moderated by Dr. Aaron Donaldson from the Department of Communication. Students can attend these events through the following links:

Monday, October 5 at 4pm: Town Hall with State Senator Mike McGuire

Thursday, October 8 at 3pm: Town Hall with Congressman Jared Huffman
The Library is offering voter education SkillShops beginning on Friday, October 2. One SkillShop will focus on researching the California state ballot initiatives while the other will cover voting down-ballot on elected officials and initiatives at the local and state level. Each workshop will be offered multiple times and will be held on Zoom. You can register for these SkillShops by clicking on the links below. Each link will list the days and times that the SkillShop is offered and you can choose to attend one or more sessions:

Researching The California State Ballot Initiatives (10/2 @ 12pm, 10/13 @ 4pm, 10/29 @ 3pm)

Down-Ballot Voting (10/7 @ 4pm, 10/16 @ 3pm, 10/26 @ 4pm)
Thursday, September 24, 2020 to Thursday, October 29, 2020

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While the campus holds face-to-face classes, September 8 - November 6, printing will be available at the following places:
Print Kiosks (print wirelessly):

JGC (Housing Lobby, 3rd Floor)

KA (Lobby)

FOR (Hallway by vending machines)

NR (Student Lounge)

SciA (3rd Floor Breezeway)

GH (2nd Floor by Vending Machines)
Labs

GH 215

NR 203
See ITS Student Printing for more information.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 to Friday, November 6, 2020

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